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Orange County Medical Society (OCMS) cares about the residents of Orange County Florida. The Orange County Medical Society wants our residents to have access to quality health care.
SpecialCare is a partnership of physicians, hospitals, OCMS and Orange County Government that provides access to health care services to low-income, uninsured Orange County residents. It is currently estimated that over 43 million in our country are uninsured. It is estimated that 180,00 uninsured are in Orange County alone. Patients are referred to SpecialCare through The Primary Care Access Network (PCAN).
PCAN represents a network of public and private health care provides committed to improving the access, quality and coordination of health care services to the uninsured residents of Orange County. If you are a physician or healthcare professional and would like to volunteer click here for more information.
Primary Care Access Network (PCAN)
PCAN’s target population includes Orange County residents who are uninsured or underinsured. PCAN’s mission is to find a Medical Home for everyone in Orange County (Fla.) and to make health care available to everyone in the community. PCAN centers see people without health insurance and assist people with limited incomes. Medical homes also treat patients who have private insurance or government-sponsored coverage such as Medicaid, Medicare and Florida KidCare.
Shepherd’s Hope is a non-profit, faith-based organization of volunteers that exists to provide access to health care for the uninsured. Shepherd’s Hope doctors and nurses treat uninsured, low-income patients in need of non-emergency medical care. The visit is free.
Fair Health Consumer Cost Lookup is a free, easy-to-use website that offers:
Medical and dental cost lookup tools that provide cost estimates of medical and dental services in your area and estimates of how much insurers generally cover when you visit physicians or dentists who are not in your plan’s provider network.